OBITUARY

Cynthia Dougan

Passed away on January 9, 2019

Cynthia Lynn "Cyndy" Dougan, 63, of Kokomo, peacefully passed on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 8:15pm at Community Howard Regional Health, surrounded by her loving children. She was born to the late Tom and Eleanor Bugg on May 15, 1955. She married Craig Dougan on March 31, 1982 in Florida and he preceded her in death on February 3, 2017.

Cyndy retired from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in Kokomo after 24 years of employment. Before Craig passed away, Cyndy and her husband enjoyed riding together throughout many states including, Tail of the Dragon in West Virginia, Bike Week in Daytona, and Sturgis. She was a devoted grandmother and loved spending time with her grandchildren.

She is survived by two sons, Brian (Heather) Dougan, Brad (Amy) Dougan; two daughters, Angie (Michael Burge) Brown and Jennifer (George Dillman) Morgan; eleven grandchildren, Alexcia (Daniel) Gibson, Kaleb (Cheryl) Brown, Jayda Brown, Alivia Burge, Brody Burge, Gage (Brittany) Lidy, Jenna Lidy, Bella Dougan, Hayden Dougan, Owen Dougan, and Lucas Dougan; she was expecting her first great-grandchild in August; four siblings, Tom (Beth) Bugg, Pam (Rod) Goodman, Alan (Tammy) Bugg, Judi (Claudia) Sherrill; sisters-in-law, Kelly Luckeroth and Kerri Markonich; and several nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death is her loving husband of 34 years, Craig; son-in-law, A.J. Morgan; and granddaughter, Darien Parvin.

There will be a time of visitation for Cyndy on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019, from 1:00pm until the time of service at 3:00PM at Ellers Mortuary and Cremation Center, 3400 South Webster Street, Kokomo, Indiana officiated by Pastor Alan Bugg. Memorial contributions may be made in Cyndy's memory to the family to assist with expenses, envelopes will be provided at the mortuary.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, January 13, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, January 13, 2019
REMEMBERING

Cynthia Dougan

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Stephanie Hardy

January 15, 2019

I heard so many great things about Cyndy before we ever met. I worked with her son Brian in Tipton at the BMV before going to Kokomo. She was always talking about and telling stories about her family and making us laugh so hard. Sometimes it sounded like a party in that ABM office! She made the work day fun. A few personal memories of mine to share: As we all know she was a rider, so I come home from spring break 2013 to a husband and a Harley Davidson! Yep she told me how to get up on that sucker. That was a funny conversation. You know people are always watching the chics get on the back.
Also we shared the love for the geico "hump day" camel! She even got me a t-shirt!
And I am soooo glad for the foot spa recommendation. Brooke and I just went last night and I laid there I thought of you and how super excited you were when telling me about the first time you and Craig went! I have went every since and I'm pretty sure your word of mouth is what kept them in business! Thank you for your friendship, advice and knowledge. I will miss you my friend. ❤

Jeannette Rederburg

January 14, 2019

I never knew Cyndy , but she was my first cousin, thoughts and prayers go out to all my cousins and their families.
Jeannette Rederburg

Juanita Meyer

January 12, 2019

Cyndi is one of the most precious ladies I know, I worked with her at the BMV for 19 yrs. I have so many memories with her. She is just funny & loving. I also think our trip to Tennessee for the football game is one of the best! Cyndi you be greatly missed!

Misty Walker

January 11, 2019

I will always remember Cyndy as my church choir director & an amazing piano player. (Even though it was almost 20 years ago) She always had the biggest, sweetest, most inviting smile anytime I'd see her back then or recently at the license branch. She had the patience of a saint to deal with our youth group while trying to direct choir practice. She will be missed by many. Rest in heaven. ♡♡♡

Sue Kassel

January 11, 2019

So many fond memories at first general baptist when she played piano and was choir director for short time. always smile on her face. Sue Kassel

Kelly Pogue

January 11, 2019

I worked with cyndi for many years i grew to love her very much. I will always treasure my memories with her.

Brian Baumfalk

January 11, 2019

Her smile was contagious when she'd see you in the BMV. She was the one you wanted to be assisted by. I remember Brad and I went to Nashville Tennessee for a Colts game and Cyndy and her friend Juanita went along with us. When we were at the hotel some guys were talking to us and they thought that we were 2 couples. Brad and his mom being one and Juanita and I the other. We had a good chuckle about that. It was nice that Brad had her drop something off to me on her way home recently so I was able to give her a hug and see her smile.

FROM THE FAMILY